Attivo Networks® Launches CIEM Solution, Expanding its Identity Detection and Response Portfolio

New IDEntitleX solution delivers unprecedented visibility to Identity risks across endpoint, active directory environments, and cloud infrastructures 

Attivo Networks®, has announced a new Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management solution, IDEntitleX, designed to deliver visibility and reduce the attack surface for identities and entitlements in the cloud. IDEntitleX expands the company’s leadership position in providing unprecedented visibility and prevention of identity privilege escalation and lateral movement threat activity. With this new product introduction, Attivo provides an end-to-end analysis of identity and entitlement exposures and risks on endpoints, Active Directory and the cloud. 

Organizations are moving to the public cloud in record-setting numbers, but with this growth comes unanticipated security challenges with user identity management and the explosion of “non-human” identities such as applications, databases, and data stores. Gartner, Inc. estimates that “By 2023, 75% of security failures will result from inadequate management of identities, access, and privileges, up from 50% in 2020”. Unfortunately, traditional security tools are ill equipped to handle this explosion of resource management and, as a result, over-provision access and exasperate security risks. 

The new IDEntitleX solution reduces this risk by providing security teams with a unified view of identities and exposures across the organization to address provisioning management challenges while maintaining operational effectiveness. This includes multi-cloud support for AWS and Azure and provides detailed entitlement visibility for users, applications, virtual machines, containers, serverless functions and other objects which attackers seek to target. 

“As organizations continue to adopt cloud infrastructure at an ever-increasing rate and human and non-human identities expand to match, CISOs must focus on identity-first security solutions that can keep pace with this growth,” said Venu Vissamsetty, vice president of Research at Attivo Networks. “This CIEM solution gives security teams the optimal flexibility and visibility they need for continuous monitoring of identities, entitlements, as well as correlation across standard cloud-based services.” 

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